A Wind in the Door - Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 8 Summary

Calvin asks Blajeny if he can make them small enough to fit inside the mitochondria, and Blajeny reminds him that size is relative. The particular mitochondrion where Blajeny will send them is called Yadah, and it is Sporos' home. Meg worries about Charles. Blajeny assures her that Dr. Louise Colubra is also a Teacher and will take the best possible care of Charles. Jenkins has been thinking things over and now believes he understands. He explains, with Blajeny's approval, that man is the mean point of the universe, equidistant in size between a farandola and a galaxy. Man falls right in the middle. Charles, therefore, must be the point of equilibrium. All of life depends on whether Charles is Xed by the Echthroi. At that moment, the Echthros Jenkins reappears. Blajeny says they must leave quickly. Before they go, Blajeny shows them a...

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